When Nana Akua has a premonition about a boy hit by a car, she leaves Kumasi for Accra with her mother to warn the boy. Unknown to Nana Akua, Amanfo, the boy she is trying to warn, has bigger problems to deal with. Against his will, he is being forced to steal money from banks because of his special ability to walk through walls. Another girl, Awura Esi, blind, but possessing an ability to see despite her blindness, is trying to help set Amanfo free from the people who are making him steal. Nana Akua and Awura Esi’s paths cross. They join forces to help set Amanfo free. In the process, they discover a truth that is as revealing as it is shocking. This book teaches that family love always finds a way to create togetherness again.
2015 Second Place CODE Burt Award for Ghanian Young Adult Literature. The CODE Burt Award is a literary award and readership initiative that recognizes excellence in young adult literature and provides young readers with engaging books that they want to read.